US News Jozef Vengloš is dead
New deadly violence in Darfur
Clashes between rival tribes in Darfur have claimed the lives of nearly 50 people in the past 24 hours, the latest violence in this region of western Sudan undermined by security instability. View on euronews © KAREL PRINSLOO / AP2004 Confrontations between nomadic Arab herders and Darfuri farmers are more and more frequent in Darfur.
Slovakia loses one of its legends.
Jozef Vengloš passed away on Tuesday at the age of 84. The former Slovak coach led Slovan Bratislava to two Czechoslovakian championship titles in 1974 and 1975, before being assistant to Václav Ježek when Czechoslovakia won their first Euro 1976 title. Celtic and Aston Villa, Vengloš was the first non-British or Irish coach to lead an English Premier League club when he arrived at Villa in 1990. He was also Slovakia's first coach after gaining independence in 1993 .
Dnes nás vo veku nedožitých 85 rokov navždy opustila legenda Slovana Bratislava i slovenského futbalu Jozef Vengloš. V Slovane zanechal nezmazateľnú stopu ako výborný hráč, úspešný tréner a najmä ako skvelý človek. Slovan Bratislava vyjadruje rodine a pozostalým úprimnú sústrasť- ŠK Slovan Bratislava (@SKSlovan)
Bon vent, Jozef.
EXCLUSIVE - Death of gendarme Myriam Sakhri: her sister does not want to "drop the case" .
© AFP In 2011, gendarme Myriam Sakhri was found dead in her barracks in Lyon. After a first procedure opened for harassment and murder which was concluded with a dismissal in 2015, his family brought to justice new elements, which must be examined by the court of appeal of Lyon on Tuesday. At the microphone of Europe 1, the sister of the young woman expresses her hope that the investigation will bounce back. A bullet in the abdomen, his service weapon at his feet.